Snow has arrived inside the Foundation 1 setting too!

 In the Foundation 1 setting the children have been using their fingers to create snowy, winter trees. Don’t they look amazing on the outside door!

       

Some children used white paint to make a hand print which changed into an beautiful Polar bear! You could try drawing around your hand on white paper at home, cutting it out and adding the face. Send them to me via Evidence Me!

       

Our snowy scenes are inspiring our creative energy.

                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All of the children are having their exercise outside and enjoying the snow today! Some of our children have never seen snow before. Have fun everyone and stay safe!

If you have pictures from home, please send them in to me, via Evidence Me. Here is Harper, Oscar, Paisley and Bailey in the snow at home! Brrrrrrr!

       

 

           

In the Foundation 1 setting the children have been mixing brown, using red, blue and yellow, to paint their bears independently.

They have been extending their learning to real bears, playing with the Polar bears in the snowy, small world area.

The children can independently use technology, by accessing the interactive white board to draw their bears.

We have been investigating how we can tell if a bear is old or new, as if we were detectives.

Plus making masks in order to pretend to be bears! Grrrrrrrrrrr!

If you go down in the woods today………

Here is what Mrs Melady has made the classroom look like, to inspire you. The children have displayed their bear paintings. Yours at home may be on the fridge? Don’t they look wonderful? The  children have all enjoyed mixing brown with red, yellow and blue to paint their bears.